The latest issue of audioXpress includes an article about Dirac’s Spatial Room Correction Technology. In this article, Dr. Lars-Johan Brännmark, Chief Scientist at Dirac Research, describes an approach to the challenge of applying DSP room correction to complex multichannel setups, intended for immersive audio reproduction.
”In this edition, we addressed speaker optimizations, room correction, new sound response emulation concepts, variable acoustics, and sound calibration for any targeted audio reproduction system. In this last domain, I’m particularly glad to feature a contributed article from Lars-Johan Brännmark, Chief Scientist at Dirac Research, discussing the challenges of applying DSP room correction to complex multichannel setups, intended to meet the requirements of object-based immersive audio formats. His article discusses a completely new frontier for audio, with the new concept of spatial room correction, going beyond frequency domain and time domain optimization. And it hints at the need for a new approach to the architecture of speakers as well, which need to cooperate, allowing room-correction filters to operate simultaneously.” – says Joao Martins, Editor-in-Chief.
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